FMLY, 3-30-21

Dear Ones,
The journey through Holy Week can be a bit overwhelming—especially when much of it will be done from your own home again this year. It’s helpful to remember that we aren’t alone; God is with us every step of the way—even through the most trying times. In today’s installment of “From My Living Room to Yours,” I revisit the “fiery furnace” story of King Nebuchadnezzar, Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego to better illustrate my point.
P.S. Please note our Holy Week schedule below. There will be multiple opportunities for you to journey toward Easter in community and in your own home.
*Indicates that online videos will also be available on the worship webpage.
Note that the same Zoom link works for all liturgies from Monday-Friday. You’ll find bulletins for each liturgy here.
*Evening Prayer (BCP) via Zoom
Mon-Wed, March 29-31, 6:45 pm 
As we begin our journey into Holy Week, join us for Evening Prayer from the Book of Common Prayer.
Lenten Book Group
Wednesdays, 7-8 pm
As part of the Lenten journey, you’re invited to read Knowing Christ Crucified: The Witness of African American Religious Experience by M. Shawn Copeland. We'll discuss a chapter a week, continuing with Chapter 6 on March 31st. Join us on Zoom or call in: 669-900-6833 (meeting ID: 824 9176 3546 /passcode: 890).
*Maundy Thursday + Simple Supper
via Zoom
Thursday, April 1, 6:15 pm
Be ready with your own simple supper as we dine in community via Zoom. Liturgy continues at 6:45 pm via Zoom. Supplies needed: bowl of water and a hand towel.
Good Friday Liturgy via Zoom
Friday, April 2, 12 pm 
We’ll worship in community via Zoom as we participate in a diocesan-wide liturgy featuring a sermon by Bishop Susan.
Easter Vigil – Drive-In Church – Reservations Required
Thursday April 3, 7 pm 
Come light the new fire with us! This will be a condensed version of our traditional Easter Vigil, but will include all the key components; make your reservation now. Supplies neededlighter or matches (candles and drip protectors will be distributed upon entry) and noisemakers or bells.
*Easter Sunday –
Reservations Needed by Wednesday
Sunday April 4, 8:30 & 10 am
Join us for a contemplative outdoor service at 8:30am, or for a more lively service featuring a brass band at Drive-In Church (10 am). Please make your reservation (8:30 here and 10:00 here) now. If there is demand, we’ll add a third service.
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